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 on: Yesterday at 01:51:06 pm 
Started by Watson - Last post by Watson
Looking for up to 7 Rogan numbered knobs for my Sentura II.  Will pay any reasonable price + shipping,  Many thanks in advance if you can help me out,

Steve

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 on: Yesterday at 08:35:30 am 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by Happy Face
Here's some additional data. It was loaded with Celestion G12T-75 drivers and sold as the only Model T cab 1998-2001 I think. It retailed for $749 Should be an excellent big time guitar 4X12.

That's it.  Thanks!

I plan to use it for bass with a 100 watt tube head.   A lot of margin for error, especially when I use a high pass filter. I've been using a Carvin sealed 4x12" cab with the same speakers and it sounds magical with the Hiwatt. Just wanted a cab at home as well.

Plus, how can I live with no Sunn gear whatsoever??

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 on: Yesterday at 08:07:39 am 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by EdBass
Here's some additional data. It was loaded with Celestion G12T-75 drivers and sold as the only Model T cab 1998-2001 I think. It retailed for $749 Should be an excellent big time guitar 4X12.

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 on: September 17, 2018, 04:01:32 pm 
Started by ducatidoc - Last post by ducatidoc
I went with the NUX B2. Quick, easy to use, lotsa demo vids on YouTube. Best of all it was cheap, like $100 or so. Sound wise, I can't tell the difference, from a Mogami cable.  (Maybe a miniscule reduction in the highs?)  My 2000S still has the death cap and the 2-prong power cord, so I think it may help to not be hard-wired to it.

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 on: September 14, 2018, 07:26:56 pm 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by Happy Face
Need to reduce it.  But the back plate says Fender Musical instruments so that pegs it, I guess. Interesting front loading system.


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 on: September 14, 2018, 06:15:07 pm 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by Happy Face
Need to reduce it.  But the back plate says Fender Musical instruments so that pegs it, I guess. Interesting front loading system.

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 on: September 14, 2018, 01:04:12 pm 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by EdBass
Can you post a pic?

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 on: September 14, 2018, 11:17:04 am 
Started by Happy Face - Last post by Happy Face
I waved in a 4x12" cab yesterday. Sealed and front-loaded (with a cool loading system).

It says Made in Mexico.  What era is that from?

Thanks.

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 on: September 14, 2018, 10:17:27 am 
Started by ducatidoc - Last post by EdBass
I've heard that as well, but I'm not sure my tone is refined enough to notice the difference unless I was recording. I've often wondered the same thing about having multiple effects pedals and signal routers in the chain: surely that's got to have a big degradation effect ?

I've gotten to the point where my "multiple effects pedals and signal routers" are pretty much my right hand; my only effects are roundwound/flatwound, differing attack, palm muting, pick or fingerstyle, etc.
Bass-quality cable-tube amp-cab-microphone. As with many I've gone full circle, bass into tube amp gradually transitioning into transistors, bi-amping, effects and wireless, back to bass into tube amp.

Moserite into Fender Bassman in 1971 (couldn't afford Sunn)

Active basses wireless into effects board into this rig in the early 90's...
 


Back to passive US basses and this main gig rig currently...



Still have some big guns if I'm ever feeling froggy, but I never seem to feel froggy anymore...







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 on: September 14, 2018, 09:14:25 am 
Started by ducatidoc - Last post by EdBass
I always wanted to use a wireless to find out what I sounded like in the back of the room. Can't trust the sound guy when he says, "Oh, you sound fine".

Especially the sound guy that you already had to argue with about using a mic'ed cab rather than a DI off of the bass itself.  :-D

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